Mark Earley

Earley is a freelance writer based in Boston.



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Articles by Mark Earley


For companies with thousands of employees, resetting forgotten or compromised passwords and replacing key cards is not only irritating, it is a downright costly and risky proposition. In terms of data security, biometrics offers a solution that makes passwords obsolete and keys a thing of the past. Lose your keys? Never again . . . because you are your keys.
Editorial/Feature - September 2006 Issue, Posted Sep 05, 2006
Baffled by the difference between .3gp, .3gp2, .avi, .dv, .mpg, .mpg4, .mov .mqv, .wmv, .asf? Hung up on how to upload these pesky digital video formats into your business Web site, blog, eBay account, or online store? Unsure whether your format plays nice with your customers’ preferred players? Well, the mystifying business of publishing digital video content online just got a whole lot easier.
News/News Feature - May 2006 Issue, Posted May 01, 2006
The recent proliferation of blogs and other “consumer-generated media” has had a major impact on our culture—affecting the way we get our news, entertain ourselves, and especially the way we do business. These days, smart companies need to equip themselves to track their corporate image online.
Editorial/Feature - May 2006 Issue, Posted Apr 25, 2006
Google co-founder Larry Page’s much ballyhooed unveiling of the Google Video Store made official the company’s plan to launch a video content marketplace. The announcement came in January at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas where über-geek Page’s keynote was punctuated by onstage banter with comedian Robin Williams and two-time NBA champion Kenny Smith. It wasn’t all fun and games though; Page’s announcement is big news for video content providers and consumers alike.
News/News Feature - March 2006 Issue, Posted Mar 01, 2006